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First Solar Q1 earnings drop, while bookings remain strong

The US solar manufacturer booked nearly 12 GW in less than 60 days since the prior earnings call, bringing year-to-date bookings to 16.7 GW.

Vermont brewery installs the largest solar canopy in the state

Lawson’s Finest will tap its new 215 kW solar canopy at Waitsfield Brewery to power the production of 2.4 million pints per year.

Gigawatt-scale Hydrogen Optimized water electrolyzer factory planned for South Texas

Green Hydrogen International (GHI) and Hydrogen Optimized signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the proposed development of manufacturing facility that will supply GHI’s Hydrogen City project.

LG Energy Solution Q1 net income cut in half by materials costs and supply chain challenges, with sights set on strong EV market

The battery specialist plans to boost smart battery manufacturing and make strategic materials investments to drive down costs, increase profit

GlaxoSmithKline will further reduce its carbon footprint with 6.9 MW solar project in New York state

The 12th solar project for GlaxoSmithKline puts the company on track to meet its goal of 100% renewable energy by 2025.

7.5 MW solar farm planned on former biomass plant site in northern Maine

Standard Solar and Acadia Energy partnered to repurpose the industrial land.

Battery fire at Salt River Project in Arizona

Fire crews in Chandler, Arizona sent robots into a building at the Salt River Project where a 10 MW battery was smoldering.


PV in the Circular Economy: Modeling tool helps predict flow of solar materials

PV ICE uses the latest data from the solar industry to model the flow of PV materials over the next several decades, helping to predict the effects of different market trends, technological developments, and government policies.

Minnesota’s renewable generation has risen 60% over the past decade, providing 28% of Minnesota’s generation in 2021

The 2022 Minnesota Energy Factsheet demonstrates that clean power industries lead the state’s energy transition.


Ontario amends net metering policy to allow third-party ownership

Prior to these amendments, Ontario’s net metering regulation required the customer to own or operate the renewable generation system to qualify as an eligible generator.

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